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Muchos colores So Many Colors

Kim Mitzo Thompson, Karen Mitzo Hilderbrand

Publisher: Twin Sisters® Digital Media™

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Kids will love this playful story in both Spanish and English. This dual language reader will encourage children to learn color words and phrases. Simple sentence structures and repetitive words will have young readers learning a new language in no time. Kids will enjoy following along word-for-word with the recorded story that features sound effects and professional voices to teach correct pronunciation in both Spanish and English. This reader features adorable art showing diversity to help children form a sense of acceptance and understanding of different races and individual differences.
Available since: 12/12/2023.

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